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CAP Urges Aboriginal Peoples to get Involved in Election

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The 1.4 million members of the Aboriginal community in Canada could make a difference in the October election.

Vice-Chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, Ron Swain says every voice can be heard.

He urges aboriginal voters to make an effort this year citing examples like the Truth and Reconciliation Commission showing that their voices can help shape Canada’s future.

He says he’s worried that with recent changes to election laws that some may be denied the right to vote out of not looking into it.

Swain says one aspect of the election to look closely at is each party’s nation-to-nation relationship and how those relationships affect all Aboriginal peoples.

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